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out like a deck of cards. this was not the case. >> i'm excited to return to libya to continue the great work we started. >> reporter: this video on youtube, shows stevens at work. steven browning, a state recruiter says he was one of the few to see him before he left for libya. browning said he was eager to get out of washington and get to work. >> it's a big responsibility when the president and the secretary of state send you to a country. and the highest priority they give you is the safety and security of american citizens in that country. >> reporter: stevens' father and stepmother live in the auburn area. they are in london and in touch with the state department. his mother and stepfather live in the oakland hills. they were not available for comment. >> thank you, cheryl. >>> in cairo, demonstrators clashed with police near the u.s. embassy. demonstrators throwing rocks. an even bigger worry than the violence in libya, is what the egyptian government is now demanding. >> calling on the united states to condemn americans who have engaged in critical speech towards muslim
to serve his country. he and three other americans were killed at the u.s. embassy in libya on tuesday night. we're learning more about how stevens' life came to an end. >> after tuesday's attack on the u.s. embassy in libya, there's word tonight a dying chris stevens was carried to a medical center by locals from benghazi. the libyan doctor says he died of severe asphyxiation causing stomach bleeding. meanwhile, u.s. officials say there's no indication that the attack on the con sue late was planned contrary to earlier reports. they believe militants jumped at the opportunity while a protest of an anti-islamic film made in the u.s. was taking place outside the embassy. meanwhile, angry mob-like demonstrations over that film have now spread to 11 countries. this was the scene in cairo where protesters balloted with police. security forces fired tear gas to try and disburse the crowd. it was successful at keeping them away from the u.s. embassy. not the case in yemen where protesters were determined to destroy the american embassy. forces could not keep them away. dem mon straighters we
the while trying to find justice for four americans killed in libya, including ambassador chris stevens, from the east bay. >>> the taliban says the anti-muslim film is part of the season for their attack on camp basti bastion. two u.s. marines were killed in that attack. prince harry was based there during his second tour of duty. forces say he was a mile away when the attack happened. >>> cal train is investigating a near accident that forced riders to jump out of the way of an oncoming train. the incident happened late last month at the south san francisco station, but authorities were just notified yesterday. cal train leaders say passengers who had just gotten off a northbound train and were headed to a parking lot were nearly hit by a train heading south. the station does not have a gate or crossing arm to prevent passengers from walking on active tracks. cal train officials say that the operator of the train stopped at the station, tested positive for marijuana, but it is still unclear exactly who's at fault. >> it's not acceptable. because they are responsible for the public. an
of their son. the u.s. ambassador to libya who was killed in an attack on the u.s. embassy in benghazi last week. >> he was not the type of diplomat to sit in the office and attend receptions and just be a formal person. he was a man of the people. >> i'm perfectly aware that there was danger. but there was danger almost every place he went. >> reporter: stevens' mother said she learn long ago not to worry. she says her son inherited his curious and outgoing nature from his grandfather and was on the go from the start. in fact, trips to the park kept her on her toes. >> chris, would take off. across toward the street and i would run out and get him and bring him back. he would take off in other direction and i would run off and get him. he was a really active little guy. so he wasn't always -- and just kind of, you know, busy. >> reporter: and he didn't stop. he studied abroad in high school and college. and did a continue in the peace corps before ultimately teague a career in the foreign service. but the east bay remained home and ties to his family stayed strong. >> he was a great big br
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